Barclays shares with clients its top picks for the second half of the year.
Jamie Albertine, senior analyst at Consumer Edge Research, discusses Avis and Hertz stocks popping after dealing with technology companies for autonomous driving.
Avis will service and store Waymo's fleet of Chrysler self-driving vans.
Apple is working with Cisco to help businesses that primarily use gear from both companies to get a discount on cyber-security insurance premiums.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on how big social media and technologies companies are cracking down on online terrorism.
There are more than 30,000 branded strains of marijuana out there, and Potbot's technology sorts through them all to tell which
Lew Piantedosi, portfolio manager at Eaton Vance Large-Cap Growth Fund, discusses which FANG stocks have the most growth. The “Fast Money Halftime Report” traders weigh in.
The “Fast Money Halftime Report” traders and Tony Dwyer, managing director of U.S. portfolio strategy at Canaccord Genuity, discuss growth in the FANG stocks during FANG week.
CNBC's Deirdre Bosa reports the latest on Avis entering a partnership with Alphabet's Waymo.
The former Google CEO and current executive chairman of parent company Alphabet reveals what makes a new hire a winner.
Google's Tango is about the future whereas Apple's ARKit is about the present. The Verge Reports.
Amazon Web Services is preparing to introduce a service for translating text.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
In their first meeting, Trump and India’s Modi will try to build trust and a rapport in what some are calling a “bromance in the making.”
Why Marc Faber isn't backing down from a dire stock market prediction as stocks trade around all-time highs.
SAN FRANCISCO— Google is going to stop reading your Gmail in search of opportunities to sell ads. The change announced Friday will end a practice that Google has embraced since the company introduced Gmail in 2004. The Mountain View, California, company said it would stop the ad-driven scanning of Gmail later this year.
The challenge: deliver an online platform to help small retailers build a digital presence and ultimately access markets beyond their borders.
"The critics are right and they're wrong," closely-followed RBC Technology Research Analyst Mark Mahaney told CNBC on Thursday.
Jim Cramer sees a market worried about Amazon, and players like Wal-Mart and Oracle are not taking its domination lightly.
"There's one bucket of money," says YouTube original content chief Suzanne Daniels